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1. Global IR Research Programme: From Perplexities to Progressions

2. Western-Centric Moments in Homegrown IR Theories: Dependency, Chinese and African Schools

3. China’s Role in the Middle East

4. The Party and the People: Chinese Politics in the 21st Century

5. The Future of the Belt and Road in Europe: How China’s Connectivity Project is Being Reconfigured across the Old Continent – and What It Means for the Euro-Atlantic Alliance

6. Net-Zero and Nonproliferation: Assessing Nuclear Power and Its Alternatives

7. Xi Demands Fealty Despite Domestic And Foreign Woes

8. CCP Ideological Indoctrination, Part 2: The New Plan for Training Party Cadres

9. Xi’s New Year’s Speech Dismisses Difficulties

10. China’s Anti-Corruption Efforts Gain Momentum in Finance and Healthcare

11. China: Country outlook

12. China: Briefing sheet

13. China: Economic structure

14. China: Political structure

15. China: Country fact sheet

16. China: Country forecast summary

17. Warnings and Welcomes: China’s Reopening and the Politics of International Travel

18. At a Dead End? China’s Drive to Reform Defense Science and Technology Institutes Stalls

19. The Clash at Tawang: Tensions Rise on the China-India Border

20. Fentanyl Precursors from China and the American Opioid Epidemic

21. After the Kabul Hotel Attack: The Taliban and China Confront Security Challenges in Afghanistan

22. Fighting Against Internal and External Threats Simultaneously: China’s Police and Satellite Cooperation with Autocratic Countries

23. The Cross-Border Interbank Payment System: A Case Study in Chinese Economic Leadership

24. State Capitalism, Imperialism, and China: Bringing History Back In

25. Women, Peace and Security and the 2022 National Security Strategy

26. China: Basic data

27. The Cold War Computer Arms Race

28. The Human Weapon System in Gray Zone Competition

29. The Deficiency of Disparity: The Limits of Systemic Theory and the Need for Strategic Studies in Power Transition Theory

30. Sovereignty, Cyberspace, and the Emergence of Internet Bubbles

31. What Does the US-China Tech Cold War Mean for the Middle East?

32. Global business environment improves

33. Global business environment improves

34. China: Political and institutional effectiveness

35. China: Political forces at a glance

36. Tritium Troubles: The Politics of Fukushima’s Treated Water Release in the Asia-Pacific and Beyond

37. Climate Action, Geopolitical Risks and Strategic Policy: The Western Race to Secure Critical Raw Materials

38. Timing Is Everything: Italy Withdraws from the Belt and Road Initiative

39. China’s Grand Vision and the Persian Gulf

40. The Internationalisation of the Chinese Renminbi and China’s Digital Currency Plans

41. Italy’s Pivot to the Indo-Pacific – Towards a Value-driven Foreign Policy?

42. Reinventing Soft Power: The Strong Impact of China’s Soft Power “Shortcomings” on the Global South

43. China and the Global South: Many Initiatives, One Narrative

44. China’s Changing COVID-19 Policies: Market and Public Health

45. Global business environment improves

46. Global business environment improves

47. China: Political and institutional effectiveness

48. China: Political forces at a glance

49. Chinese Firms and Adherence to Global Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Standards in Developing Countries: Is there Potential to Create Common Ground?

50. US Trade Policy Options for Pacific Islands States Require Washington’s Political Commitment

51. Abrogating the Visiting Forces Agreement: Its Effects on Philippines’ Security and Stability in Southeast Asia

52. Balancing Natural Resources and Human and Social Capital: Pathways to Economic Diversification in Mongolia

53. Trade Balances and International Competitiveness in Cyber-physical, Digital Task-intensive, ICT Capital-intensive and Traditional Industries

54. Competition Versus Exclusion in U.S.–China Relations: A Choice Between Stability and Conflict

55. Common Good Diplomacy: A Framework for Stable U.S.–China Relations

56. The Quad's Next Chapter

57. Global business environment improves

58. Global business environment improves

59. China: Political and institutional effectiveness

60. China: Political forces at a glance

61. China Maritime Report No. 25: More Chinese Ferry Tales: China's Use of Civilian Shipping in Military Activities, 2021-2022

62. China Maritime Report No. 26: Beyond the First Battle: Overcoming a Protracted Blockade of Taiwan

63. China Maritime Report No. 27: PLA Navy Submarine Leadership - Factors Affecting Operational Performance

64. China Maritime Report No. 28: Bitterness Ends, Sweetness Begins: Organizational Changes to the PLAN Submarine Force Since 2015

65. China Maritime Report No. 29: PLAN Mine Countermeasures: Platforms, Training, and Civil-Military Integration

66. China Maritime Report No. 30: A Brief Technical History of PLAN Nuclear Submarines

67. China Maritime Report No. 31: China's Submarine Industrial Base: State-Led Innovation with Chinese Characteristics

68. The Maritime Fulcrum of the Indo-Pacific: Indonesia and Malaysia Respond to China’s Creeping Expansion in the South China Sea

69. Space: America's New Strategic Front Line

70. SOVEREIGNTY OVER THE PARACEL ISLANDS IN 1884-1945: AN APPROACH FROM THE RIVALRY BETWEEN FRANCE, CHINA, AND JAPAN

71. CHINA-INDIA COUNTERBALANCING MEASURES THROUGH INTERNATIONAL CORRIDORS AND PORTS: THE FOCUS ON CHABAHAR AND GWADAR PORTS

72. THE IMPACT OF COLLECTIVE MEMORY ON THAILAND’S INVOLVEMENT IN THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE

73. Time to say goodbye? The impact of environmental regulation on foreign divestment

74. China as an International Lender of Last Resort

75. The changing dynamics of the G7, G20 and BRICS: Informal multilateral cooperation is increasingly important in an era of strategic competition

76. Enhancing small state preparedness: Risks of foreign ownership, supply disruptions and technological dependencies

77. The Great Supply Chain Shift from China to South Asia?

78. Global business environment improves

79. Global business environment improves

80. China: Political and institutional effectiveness

81. China: Political forces at a glance

82. Allies Help Those Who Help Themselves: How Estonia and Japan Approach Deterrence

83. Europe’s Broken Order and the Prospect of a New Cold War

84. Europe’s Indo-Pacific Tilt: Estonian and Japanese Interests

85. Chinese Military-Civil Fusion: Sino-Italian Research Cooperation

86. How Russia Went to War: The Kremlin’s Preparations for Its Aggression Against Ukraine

87. On the Horns of a Dilemma: Will Corruption Bring Down the Chinese Communist Party?

88. China Is Finally Making Progress on the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Railway

89. The Dragon and the Bear in Africa: Stress-Testing Chinese-Russian Relations

90. Stress-Testing Chinese-Russian Relations

91. Australia and India’s New Military Bases: Responses to China’s Naval Presence in the Indian Ocean

92. Cyber Crossover and Its Escalatory Risks for Europe

93. Rewriting the Future of America’s Maritime Industry to Compete with China

94. Southeast Asia Is the Soft Underbelly of American Power in the Indo-Pacific

95. The “Odious” Legacy of Chinese Development Assistance in Africa: The Case of Angola

96. Empowering Ukraine Prepares Us for China

97. The Chinese Communist Party’s Campaign on University Campuses

98. Success in the Struggle against the People's Republic of China

99. Xi Jinping’s Vision for the Middle East

100. Campaigning to Dissuade: Applying Emerging Technologies to Engage and Succeed in the Information Age Security Competition